Hello from Kentucky

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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by jackwebb » August 9th 2013, 10:35pm

@Mortuus
Just the Facts sir. I was an AT aircrewman on C-2’s; over 100 traps the hard way. I’m just looking around right now I’m sure I’ll find someplace to insert some information (helpful or otherwise) here soon. I am contemplating an ETA 2824 conversion and if it goes well I may write about that. As for the politics I will follow your suit and stay well clear as they “piss me off too quickly and too much” also.

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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by bedlam » August 9th 2013, 11:20pm

jackwebb wrote:Hello everyone,

I wanted to introduce myself and tell you all a little about what brought me here. I have been a watch enthusiast for 30 years and it started with my love of the styling and beauty of the pieces....

Joe
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WTF happened to the Lords???? Are you boys going to be holding this rubes cock for him next?

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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by jackwebb » August 9th 2013, 11:27pm

bedlam wrote:
jackwebb wrote:Hello everyone,

I wanted to introduce myself and tell you all a little about what brought me here. I have been a watch enthusiast for 30 years and it started with my love of the styling and beauty of the pieces....

Joe
Do your 'pieces' wear shoes and have engines?  Image 

WTF happened to the Lords???? Are you boys going to be holding this rubes cock for him next?

Welcome jackwebb  :-)
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maybe you and Catnap can hold my cock together.Image

Thanks for the welcome this place has been fun
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by bedlam » August 9th 2013, 11:54pm

jackwebb wrote:maybe you and Catnap can hold my cock together.
Typical Navy...always overcompensating for an inferiority complex.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by codguy » August 10th 2013, 12:27am

Welcome Joe, something tells me you might fit in nicely here (you do have that corvette issue).

Provider or Rawhide?
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1) If the vaccines are effective, why do the vaccinated need to be protected from the unvaccinated?
And
2) If the vaccines are not effective, then why should the unvaccinated get one?

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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by codguy » August 10th 2013, 12:49am

jackwebb wrote:
codguy wrote:Welcome Joe, something tells me you might fit in nicely here (you do have that corvette issue).

Provider or Rawhide?
Thanks, I'll try and work on that. Rawhide

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1) If the vaccines are effective, why do the vaccinated need to be protected from the unvaccinated?
And
2) If the vaccines are not effective, then why should the unvaccinated get one?

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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by MAX » August 10th 2013, 3:21am

Well, Hello Sailor!!!

I drink Makers, am on Corvette Forum (although driving an '02 6 speed Trans Am now, I think owning 5 'Vettes in the past qualifies me) and am one of those dreaded USAF weenies. I wont hold any of those things against you (unless you want me to)Image 

Welcome and try to get along here. I just dare ya.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by catnap » August 10th 2013, 12:40pm

Horse Feathers wrote:
jackwebb wrote:Thanks for the welcome all.
catnap wrote:Welcome seaman, what side you dress in them rib waisted sailor pants?
I fold it in half and send some down both sides but the head is mostly on the right. Otherwise it gets pinched when I bend my knee.
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@Catnap, think that's the best answer so far !!

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HF, I think you might be right old chum.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by jackwebb » August 10th 2013, 1:21pm

catnap wrote:
Horse Feathers wrote:
jackwebb wrote:Thanks for the welcome all.
catnap wrote:Welcome seaman, what side you dress in them rib waisted sailor pants?
I fold it in half and send some down both sides but the head is mostly on the right. Otherwise it gets pinched when I bend my knee.
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@Catnap, think that's the best answer so far !!

Welcome
HF, I think you might be right old chum.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by gerdson » August 10th 2013, 10:59pm

You Navy-guys better face it. These pictures were not drawn for nothin'... the guy on the right is Army. Air Force rules! Image 
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by jackwebb » August 10th 2013, 11:12pm

gerdson wrote:You Navy-guys better face it. These pictures were not drawn for nothin'... the guy on the right is Army.  Air Force rules! Image 
man you are on crack that is for sure an Air force A-2 on the left. I have no excuse for the fag in the whites but its probably another airfag playing dress up.
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everyone knows the only thing the Air force is good for is fuel.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by Falstaff » August 11th 2013, 7:06am

See, wha'd I tell you about them air Kaintucks? Troublesome. Just because certain branches of our Armed Services have a history of being somewhat lighter in their lace-ups (not that there's etc. etc.) than some others, here's this raw newb sowing the seeds of dissention amongst the valorous and highly decorated (by Mr. Phyllis of Beverly Hills, no less) Watch Lord veterans of those honorable services. Have a care, sir.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by Mortuus Fakeuus » August 11th 2013, 8:27am

Falstaff wrote:See, wha'd I tell you about them air Kaintucks? Troublesome. Just because certain branches of our Armed Services have a history of being somewhat lighter in their lace-ups (not that there's etc. etc.) than some others, here's this raw newb sowing the seeds of dissention amongst the valorous and highly decorated (by Mr. Phyllis of Beverly Hills, no less) Watch Lord veterans of those honorable services. Have a care, sir.        
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by jackwebb » August 11th 2013, 2:32pm

boscoe wrote:Guns, knives, Corvettes, whiskey and watches. Loves 'em all. No mention of dogs.
That means he's one of them thar pre-verts I hurd tell about up in ol' Ken-tuck.
Bet he sleeps wif wummen or kin folk!

I have dogs too.
this one is mine
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and this one belongs to the girlfriend
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although there is no evidence that my girlfriend and me are related, I do tease her about being my cousin because we are so much alike. even though I live in KY I was borne north of the Mason Dixon line, but don't tell anyone; I think they still shoot carpetbaggers in some parts.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by wire-paladin » August 11th 2013, 10:59pm

Welcome aboard,also ex-Navy(Lover,a fighter,tin-can rider) beware of airdales. Bought first house in beaverton(72)(66,86 corvett)so much in common? Tell about watch collection.
A good bunch of guys here,disregard the Conjurer and all will be OK.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by jackwebb » August 11th 2013, 11:52pm

wire-paladin wrote:Welcome aboard,also ex-Navy(Lover,a fighter,tin-can rider) beware of airdales. Bought first house in beaverton(72)(66,86 corvett)so much in common? Tell about watch collection.
A good bunch of guys here,disregard the Conjurer and all will be OK.
Well with you, Coduy, Mortuus, and I we may be able to fend these guys off.

I have a varied collection right now and am looking to move a few to open some slots for some neat watches I have recently found a respect for. I started with omega and have a 42mm PO with SS and Orange croc straps that was my first New Watch, one I really like it the Omega Dynamic from the mid 90’s that I am sure will be as important as the pre moon speedy some day. I lost interest in the new Omegas once they decided to ask Rolex prices but will surely add some vintage pieces soon. Been looking at Omega or Ebel triple date moon phase. Rolex I have nothing of any real historic significant yet. Just sold my 16710 GMT last week because I don’t wear it much anymore and wanted to free up some capital for something new. I always wanted a 6263 Daytona but after trying one on it is just too small for my big ass arm so I think I will go with a 1665 Seadweller. Current Rolex 116520 Daytona, 116618 blue Sub, 116333 DJII, 116660 Seadweller, going to northern Indiana on Wed to look at a 116613 blue Sub that a dealer is holding for me with the old color bezel and if it looks gook it will probably come home with me. Not really important but I have an unnatural hatred for the black Sub and just can’t ever see myself ever wanting one. Current AP Safari (just sent to Clearwater last week for regulation it was running slow. This is funny because it was my first issue with a newer watch with any issues at all… not a good sign) and a Carbon Diver on the way. I have been looking at Nomos Glashutte and would like to see their worldtimer/GMT before I pull the trigger. The Frederique Constant Worldtimer is a serious prospect and am planning a trip to TN to have a look at one maybe next month; that thing is HOT in pictures and if it looks half as good in person its mine. Would love to have a JLC they never really interested me in the past but after looking at their history and getting to know the brand I think I need one. The Master Calendar or Master Ultra Thin Perpetual are awesome or anything with a moon phase. By the way if you have an iPhone or iPad there is a JLC app that is amazing. I think the ALS Zeitwerk Striking Time is probably the only grail I have at the moment and would gladly trade everything I have (watches and car only) for one and to tell the truth it might not be enough to get my hands on one. That’s probably a little more info than you were looking for but when I start talking about watches I just get caught up.
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Re: Hello from Kentucky

Post by Horse Feathers » August 12th 2013, 3:20am

jackwebb wrote:
wire-paladin wrote:Welcome aboard,also ex-Navy(Lover,a fighter,tin-can rider) beware of airdales. Bought first house in beaverton(72)(66,86 corvett)so much in common? Tell about watch collection.
A good bunch of guys here,disregard the Conjurer and all will be OK.
Well with you, Coduy, Mortuus, and I we may be able to fend these guys off.

I have a varied collection right now and am looking to move a few to open some slots for some neat watches I have recently found a respect for. I started with omega and have a 42mm PO with SS and Orange croc straps that was my first New Watch, one I really like it the Omega Dynamic from the mid 90’s that I am sure will be as important as the pre moon speedy some day. I lost interest in the new Omegas once they decided to ask Rolex prices but will surely add some vintage pieces soon. Been looking at Omega or Ebel triple date moon phase. Rolex I have nothing of any real historic significant yet. Just sold my 16710 GMT last week because I don’t wear it much anymore and wanted to free up some capital for something new. I always wanted a 6263 Daytona but after trying one on it is just too small for my big ass arm so I think I will go with a 1665 Seadweller. Current Rolex 116520 Daytona, 116618 blue Sub, 116333 DJII, 116660 Seadweller, going to northern Indiana on Wed to look at a 116613 blue Sub that a dealer is holding for me with the old color bezel and if it looks gook it will probably come home with me. Not really important but I have an unnatural hatred for the black Sub and just can’t ever see myself ever wanting one. Current AP Safari (just sent to Clearwater last week for regulation it was running slow. This is funny because it was my first issue with a newer watch with any issues at all… not a good sign) and a Carbon Diver on the way. I have been looking at Nomos Glashutte and would like to see their worldtimer/GMT before I pull the trigger. The Frederique Constant Worldtimer is a serious prospect and am planning a trip to TN to have a look at one maybe next month; that thing is HOT in pictures and if it looks half as good in person its mine. Would love to have a JLC they never really interested me in the past but after looking at their history and getting to know the brand I think I need one. The Master Calendar or Master Ultra Thin Perpetual are awesome or anything with a moon phase. By the way if you have an iPhone or iPad there is a JLC app that is amazing. I think the ALS Zeitwerk Striking Time is probably the only grail I have at the moment and would gladly trade everything I have (watches and car only) for one and to tell the truth it might not be enough to get my hands on one. That’s probably a little more info than you were looking for but when I start talking about watches I just get caught up.

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